Trainees must include an acknowledgement of their training grant as a source of support on any publication that they worked on while funded by the training grant. This includes publications directly supported by the training grant (and possibly completed after the training grant funding has terminated) as well as work sponsored by another source (e.g. previous training) that is completed using the training grant funding. It is critical that the actual grant number be included in the publication. Acknowledgements should take the form:
“Research reported in this [publication/poster] was supported by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) under Federal Training Grant T42OH008433. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of NIOSH.”
Strengthening the evidence base for worker health and safety
Our graduate student researchers are mentored by our expert faculty as they pursue research projects on workplace health and safety issues. Many of these projects lead to published journal articles.
Click on a core faculty member's name to see their list of publications that include student co-authors.